Anthony Pompliano Says it Only Took Bitcoin 10 Years to Get to the G7

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The G7 is meeting next week to explore the regulations around Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Unsurprisingly, Anthony Pompliano is not worried. G7 to Discuss Bitcoin Next week, the G7 is scheduled and this time the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States will set aside some time to discuss Bitcoin and digital currencies at length. Previously, the group had discussed the need for oversight and regulation within the nascent sector, but the final result amounted to each country developing their own regulatory frameworks or doing nothing at all. Earlier this week, Morgan Creek Digital Asset CEO Anthony Pompliano briefly spoke to CNBC’s Joe Kernen about Bitcoin’s upcoming second ‘debut’ before the G7. The digital asset analyst focused on the fact that in just 10 years Bitcoin went from a fringe token discussed by technology zealots on the internet, to a serious discussion topic…

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